Ravi’s professional experience includes working for a range of leading publications and broadcasting organisations on a wide range of stories and topics.
Clients include: National Geographic, The New York Times, TIME, APT (American Public Television),
NBC Universal, Channel 4, Vice on HBO, AL Jazeera, ProSieben Maxx, Der Spiegel, Stern, Dagens Nyheter, Expressen, Getty Images, Agence France-Presse, Associated Press, The Sydney Morning Herald, and more.
Stories coordinated by Ravi have introduced writers, photographers, and documentary producers to India’s slums, red-light districts, unregulated coal-mines, child labor, human trafficking, climate change issues, and secretive e-waste sites. Ravi’s ability to source issue, locations ,and sensitively nurture contacts has proven invaluable whilst producing sensitive, but major stories. This has culminated in stories that have won numerous awards including an Emmy.
In addition to his editorial work, Ravi works with various international NGOs such as
Water Aid, Save the Children, MSF (Médecins Sans Frontières), Global Justice, and Global Witness. He has also been serving as the brand ambassador to one of India’s leading human rights organizations - the People’s Vigilance Committee, which fights for marginalized people in several Indian states.
Ravi has also worked on numerous commercial projects and has fixed/produced several projects for clients such as Google, Uber, Nikon, Lumix and Auto Expo.